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Album Review

This well-appointed collection from Brazilian jazz vocalist Astrud Gilberto looks beyond her signature 1964 track, "The Girl from Ipanema," at some of the other great performances from her prime years. Issued in 2006 as a European import, Non-Stop to Brazil relies heavily on Gilberto's mid- to late-'60s Verve catalog, pulling highlights from albums like The Shadow of Your Smile ("Take Me to Aruanda"), Look to the Rainbow ("Lugar Bonito [Pretty Place]"), and A Certain Smile, a Certain Sadness ("Tu, Mi Delirio"). Her beguiling delivery of these bossa nova, samba, and American jazz tracks reveals why she became an international star.

Biography

Born: 30 March 1940 in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

Genre: Brazilian

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The honey-toned chanteuse on the surprise Brazilian crossover hit "The Girl From Ipanema," Astrud Gilberto parlayed her previously unscheduled appearance (and professional singing debut) on the song into a lengthy career that resulted in nearly a dozen albums for Verve and a successful performing career that lasted into the '90s. Though her appearance at the studio to record "The Girl From Ipanema" was due only to her husband João, one of the most famed Brazilian artists of the century,...
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